Inside Unmanned Systems

OCT-NOV 2016

Inside Unmanned Systems provides actionable business intelligence to decision-makers and influencers operating within the global UAS community. Features include analysis of key technologies, policy/regulatory developments and new product design.

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40 unmanned systems inside   October/November 2016 W hen the FAA released the much anticipated Part 107 rules this summer, it opened up a whole new world of opportunities for the U.S. drone industry. With these rules, which took effect in August, small commercial unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operators now have much clearer direction on what they can and cannot do, and with many of the restrictions making it difficult to f ly UAS in the U.S. finally lifted, more businesses can now take advantage of the benefits drones offer. But even with the new rules, UAS operators and business leaders interested in deploying drones still have a lot of ques- tions about what exactly the rules mean for them and how they can use the technology to improve safety, save money and enhance efficiencies. Photo courtesy of microdrones » WHAT DOES PART 107 MEAN FOR YOU? A recent Inside Unmanned Systems webinar takes a closer look at how the FA A's Part 107 rules impact UAS applications. WEBINAR RECAP » PART 107 EXPLAINED by Renee Knight sponsored by MICRODRONES

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